July 4th- Aesthetic Alchemy~ Richland, Washington
July 5th- Danger Ninja Production~ Portland Oregon
Hello! My name is Cleo, I have been modeling for 7+ years. I am looking forward to working with many different people and widening my variety. That being said, I am really looking to add more fetish style work to my portfolio.
I have a unique look, and like the idea of redefining society's idea of what beauty is. I take great pride in the projects that I am take part in, and can guarantee that I will do my best to understand and portray the ideas that you want to bring to life.
I am very versatile and can do any kind of look we are going for.
Let's get creative, guys/girls! I like to create art, and assist a project in any way possible.
***ATTENTION, PLEASE. Check out my facebook page to see more work and get regular updates! If it is easier for you, please get in touch with me through there. LINK IS UNDER WEBSITE ^^***
To see full more full sets, check out my Zivity!
At the moment, I am located in northern California, I travel a lot though, so don't be shy to ask me if I will make it your way.
Right now, I can only accept limited trade work, however, I will accept trade for: incredible ideas/talent, guaranteed publication, outstanding wardrobe, art supplies, VIP membership, or items from my wish list.
My rates are very reasonable and negotiable depending on your funds.
I will consider all ideas trade or not, so please don't be scared to message me!
My friend and fellow model, Rosetta Risque (mm # 2341751) and I travel together often, and shoot incredibly well together.
"You don't take a photograph, you make it. ~Ansel Adams"
I do all of my own hair and makeup, and can do special effects makeup.
For photographers: I expect you to conduct yourself professionally, and treat me with courtesy. Do not get offended if I ask for referrals, it does not mean that I am suspicious of you or anything of the sort- I expect that your mother would worry about you too if you were getting photographed by people you met on the internet too.
"I just think it's important to be direct and honest with people about why you're photographing them and what you're doing. After all, you are taking some of their soul. ~Mary Ellen Mark